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JeemTV
JeemTV logo.png
Broadcast areaMiddle East and North Africa
HeadquartersDoha, Qatar
Programming
Language(s)Arabic
Picture format480p (2005–2011)
720p (2011–2016)
1080p (downscaled to 576i for the SD feed; 2016–present)
Ownership
OwnerAl Jazeera Media Network (2005–2016)
Qatar Foundation (2005–2016)
beIN Media Group (2016–present)
Sister channels
History
Launched
  • September 9, 2005; 16 years ago (2005-09-09) (as JCC)
  • March 29, 2013; 8 years ago (2013-03-29) (as JeemTV)
Former namesAl Jazeera Children's Channel (abbreviated as JCC, 2005–2013)
Links
Websitewww.jeemtv.net
jcctv.net (archived)
Availability
Cable
Mozaic TV (Qatar)Channel 10 (SD)
Numericable (France)Channel 649 (SD)
Naxoo (Switzerland)Channel 279
NetCologne (Germany)Channel 493 (SD)
Satellite
beIN (MENA)Channel 601 (HD)
Sky ItaliaChannel 690
Nova (Greece)Channel 857
Nilesat11564 H - 27500 - 5/6 (SD/HD)
Arabsat11103 H - 27500 - 2/3 (beIN subscription)[1]
Hot Bird12558 V - 27500 - 3/4
Eutelsat 10A11419 H - 11815 - 5/6
Zuku TV (Kenya)Channel 823
IPTV
Freebox TV (France)Channel 570 (SD)

JeemTV (Arabic: تلفزيون جيم‎), formerly known as Al Jazeera Children's Channel (abbreviated as JCC) (Arabic: قناة الجزيرة للأطفال‎), is a Qatari pay television (formerly free-to-air until 2016) channel, aimed at kids between 7 and 12 years old. It was previously co-owned by Al Jazeera Media Network and the Qatar Foundation from launch until April 1, 2016 when it was acquired by beIN Channels Network. programming for younger children is broadcast on sister channel Baraem.

History

The channel was launched as JCC on September 9, 2005. The look was designed by Gédéon.

The first major rebrand for JCC happened on January 16, 2009, coinciding with the launch of sister channel Baraem. This time, Radiant Studios was in charge of the look for both channels, and were both met with positive reviews. [2] London-based foundry Fontsmith revised the font used on air, which was depicted in the new logo, now in 2.5D. The age merit was changed from 3-15 to 7-15 as a result of the launch of Baraem. There was a European feed on Hotbird that started on November 1, 2012 and lasted until it was rebranded to Jeem TV on March 29, 2013 as Jeem TV Europe.

Final JCC logo used from January 16, 2009 to March 28, 2013. This logo can be seen in 6 different variants: green, purple (shown here), orange, pink, blue and red. This logo was also used with the Qatar Foundation logo during closedown.
Final JCC logo used from January 16, 2009 to March 28, 2013. This logo can be seen in 6 different variants: green, purple (shown here), orange, pink, blue and red. This logo was also used with the Qatar Foundation logo during closedown.

On February 12, 2013, a new look for JCC was announced on social media, along with that, a new website (whatisthedot.net, now redirects to jeemtv.net) was created detailing the new look,[3] which was supposed to launch on March 1, but was later delayed. Finally, on March 29, 2013 at 5 pm Doha time, JCC was rebranded as JeemTV.[4][5][6] The word "Jeem" is a reference to the letter ج in the Arabic alphabet. It is depicted in the logo. The new logo was designed by Tarek Atrissi, while the on air look was made by Jump Design. Another change with this new look is the age merit, which changed from 7-15 to 7-12.

On April 1, 2016, JeemTV and Baraem on Arabsat and Nilesat have both been encrypted in favour of HD feeds available exclusively via the beIN Channels Network service.

Programming

Content featuring children includes debate shows, educational programmes covering themes such as science, technology and sports, quizzes and game-shows, and cartoon and animation programmes. The channel produces some of its own cartoon TV series and other animations, such as My Arabian House, which premiered in 2007 and featured live action and puppetry.[7] Jeem TV also participates in co-productions with other public service children’s channels around the world. The remaining content consists of shows from the international market. Foreign-language material is translated into Arabic, either by voice-over, dubbing or by subtitles.

JeemTV developed its multimedia programme for learning and creativity with an interactive website. The website is bilingual in Arabic and English and provides more than 200 hours of educational and entertainment material. Members can also upload their images and videos and share them with other children around the world.

Since January 16, 2009, programming for the pre-school sector, aged 3 to 6 years old, is presented under the title Baraem.

Broadcast

From launch to Summer 2007, JCC broadcast 18 hours a day on weekdays (6 am to 12 am Doha time) and 19 hours on weekends (6 am to 1 am). By the end of June 2007, JCC extends its broadcast time to 20 hours on weekdays (6 am to 2 am) and 21 hours on weekends (6 am to 3 am). With JCC's rebranding on January 16, 2009, the broadcast time was changed again, this time to 20 hours on both weekdays and weekends.

In 2011, both JCC and Baraem started broadcasting in 16:9 aspect ratio in 720p resolution, coinciding with JCC's sixth anniversary.

In October 2012, the channel started broadcasting 24 hours a day. Until then, during the nighttime hours the channel displayed a looping ident telling its viewers to come back at 6am, this ident is colloquially known as the night loop.

JeemTV was free to view on Badr, Arabsat, Nilesat, Hotbird and Eurobird and is also distributed by a number of other operators across Europe. Although starting on April 1, 2016 it was made exclusive to beIN Channels Network, however, the Hot Bird feed remained free to view until June 1, 2018.

See Also

References

  1. ^ "ترددات البث | JCCTV.net - الجزيرة للأطفال". JCCtv.net. Al Jazeera Children. Archived from the original on April 27, 2017. Retrieved March 1, 2017.
  2. ^ [1] - Design Week
  3. ^ whatisthedot.net
  4. ^ Filmmaster MEA hosts the launch of JEEMTV for Al Jazeera Children - Filmmaster MEA Archived July 7, 2013, at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ JCC presents JeemTV for Arab children of the 21st century - qatarisbooming.com
  6. ^ JeemTV [@JEEMTV] (March 29, 2013). "JEEMTV on Twitter: "JeemTV is new and exciting experience, a great world waiting to be discovered t.co/0GgIh7I86y"" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  7. ^ ""بيتي العربي" أضخم إنتاج عربي للأطفال على قناة الجزيرة للأطفال". web.archive.org. September 24, 2016. Retrieved November 14, 2021.

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